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TV GUIDE - Sydney

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TIME DATE CHANNEL PROGRAM
00:00:00 04/08/2015 NITV From The Western Frontier: Elizika     Duration: 30 min
    A tragic car accident crushed Elizika's life. She tells of how she defied the odds against extreme adversity to celebrate life again. (STUDY GUIDE AVAILABLE)
00:20:00 04/08/2015 SBS 2 The Feed     Duration: 30 min
    Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud, Jeanette Francis and Andy Park discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.
02:30:00 04/08/2015 ABC News 24 7.30     Duration: 30 min
    The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra. #abc730.
04:00:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE 24 Hours in Emergency: Mothers And Sons     Duration: 60 min
    This series offers unprecedented access to one of Britain's busiest emergency departments at King's College Hospital in London. Sarah, 35, arrives at King's College Hospital concerned that a brain tumour she first had as a teenager has returned. Helen, 47, is worried about her baby son James, who was born with a hole in his heart and one kidney, and has been vomiting since the morning. Meanwhile, 28-year-old Wayne seeks treatment for knife wounds to his leg after he tried to stop someone stealing his girlfriend's phone.
04:00:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD 24 Hours in Emergency: Mothers And Sons     Duration: 60 min
    This series offers unprecedented access to one of Britain's busiest emergency departments at King's College Hospital in London. Sarah, 35, arrives at King's College Hospital concerned that a brain tumour she first had as a teenager has returned. Helen, 47, is worried about her baby son James, who was born with a hole in his heart and one kidney, and has been vomiting since the morning. Meanwhile, 28-year-old Wayne seeks treatment for knife wounds to his leg after he tried to stop someone stealing his girlfriend's phone.
05:00:00 04/08/2015 ABC The New Inventors     Duration: 30 min
    Kids are taking over the studio with this Bright Sparks Special! Featuring new ideas on how to enjoy the surf until you get buzzed for dinner time, supply nutrients to a stranded whale calf, and make motorcyclists safer.
05:30:00 04/08/2015 ABC News 24 Lateline     Duration: 30 min
    Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, Lateline continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, longform interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.
06:00:00 04/08/2015 ELEVEN Toasted TV     Duration: 5 min
    Want the lowdown on what's hot in the playground? Join the team for the latest in pranks, pop culture, movies, music, sport, games and other seriously fun stuff! Featuring a variety of your favourite cartoons.
07:30:00 04/08/2015 NITV Waabiny Time: Food and Drink     Duration: 30 min
    Mereny and kep, food and water keep us walang, healthy. How about a yongka stew, a kangaroo stew? Yum yum sounds moorditj! (STUDY GUIDE AVAILABLE)
08:00:00 04/08/2015 ELEVEN Totally Wild: Geology     Duration: 30 min
    Get ready to rock out 'cause on this episode we're exploring all things to do with geology. Alex is climbing some cliffs and Nat's checking out one of Australia's most famous landmarks.
08:00:00 04/08/2015 NITV Mugu Kids     Duration: 30 min
    Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub while the Witchetty Grubs sing Tricky Little Things and Arone Raymond Meek reads his book, Enora and The Black Crane.
08:30:00 04/08/2015 ELEVEN Toasted TV     Duration: 5 min
    Want the lowdown on what's hot in the playground? Join the team for the latest in pranks, pop culture, movies, music, sport, games and other seriously fun stuff! Featuring a variety of your favourite cartoons.
08:30:00 04/08/2015 NITV Bushwhacked: Arafura File Snake     Duration: 30 min
    Brandon challenges Kayne to catch, cook and then eat an Arafura file snake - a rare delicacy that lives in croc-infested waters in Arnhem Land.
10:00:00 04/08/2015 ABC Four Corners     Duration: 45 min
    A current affairs program featuring investigative journalism.
10:00:00 04/08/2015 ONE Totally Wild     Duration: 30 min
    The team brings you the latest in action, adventure and wildlife from Australia and around the globe.
10:00:00 04/08/2015 ABC3 Behind the News     Duration: 25 min
    Behind the News is a high-energy, fun way for Upper Primary and Secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the week.
10:45:00 04/08/2015 ABC Media Watch     Duration: 15 min
    Australia's forum for media analysis and comment, presented by Paul Barry.
11:00:00 04/08/2015 ABC Family Confidential: The Courtenays     Duration: 30 min
    For Australia's most famous author, the late Bryce Courtenay, a good story always came first, even if it was at a cost to his family. This episode reveals the difficult and complex truths behind the larger-than-life fiction.
13:00:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE The World From Above: England - Isles Of Scilly To Weymouth Bay     Duration: 30 min
    Shot from the air using high definition aerial cameras, this series reveals our globe's most beautiful and dramatic places. In this episode, the journey starts over the Isles of Scilly, at the very south-west tip of Britain. The rugged coastline of Cornwall takes us to the historic Falmouth Bay whose fortresses have guarded the harbour entrance for centuries. Passing Plymouth harbour and the biggest naval dockyard in Europe, we reach the Jurassic Coast - one of the most important fossil sites on Earth and we end our journey over some of the finest sailing waters in Europe, at Weymouth Bay.
13:00:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD The World From Above: England - Isles Of Scilly To Weymouth Bay     Duration: 30 min
    Shot from the air using high definition aerial cameras, this series reveals our globe's most beautiful and dramatic places. In this episode, the journey starts over the Isles of Scilly, at the very south-west tip of Britain. The rugged coastline of Cornwall takes us to the historic Falmouth Bay whose fortresses have guarded the harbour entrance for centuries. Passing Plymouth harbour and the biggest naval dockyard in Europe, we reach the Jurassic Coast - one of the most important fossil sites on Earth and we end our journey over some of the finest sailing waters in Europe, at Weymouth Bay.
14:30:00 04/08/2015 NITV Mugu Kids     Duration: 30 min
    Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub while the Witchetty Grubs sing Tricky Little Things and Arone Raymond Meek reads his book, Enora and The Black Crane.
15:01:00 04/08/2015 ABC Catalyst     Duration: 42 min
    Jonica Newby visits the Max Planck Institute in Germany and discovers the extraordinary story of how a tiny bone and tooth confirmed the existence of a not-so-distant relative.
15:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE What Makes Us Human?     Duration: 60 min
    Professor Alice Roberts is making a new human being as she's five months pregnant. But as an anatomist, and doctor, Professor Roberts has a rather different perspective on her pregnancy than most mothers. As this remarkable process happens inside her, Alice sets out to discover the latest in scientific understanding about how to grow a human being, and what makes our species so special.
15:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD What Makes Us Human?     Duration: 60 min
    Professor Alice Roberts is making a new human being as she's five months pregnant. But as an anatomist, and doctor, Professor Roberts has a rather different perspective on her pregnancy than most mothers. As this remarkable process happens inside her, Alice sets out to discover the latest in scientific understanding about how to grow a human being, and what makes our species so special.
16:00:00 04/08/2015 NITV Waabiny Time: Food and Drink     Duration: 30 min
    Mereny and kep, food and water keep us walang, healthy. How about a yongka stew, a kangaroo stew? Yum yum sounds moorditj! (STUDY GUIDE AVAILABLE)
16:26:00 04/08/2015 ABC3 Little Lunch: The Beep Test     Duration: 14 min
    Debra-Jo can't understand how Tamara's favourite day of the year could be when the class does the beep test fitness assessment. On beep test day, Tamara is very excited, but after she sprains her ankle she can't join in.
16:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE Secrets of Our Living Planet: Waterworlds     Duration: 60 min
    Naturalist Chris Packham travels around the globe to reveal the secrets of watery habitats. In Brazil's Pantanal tropical wetland, he explores how the region's large species survive because of the apple snail. He also examines the benefits of crabs to the ecosystem of Bangladesh's Sunderbans mangrove forest, how the coral reefs of the Maldives thrive due to the sponge, and the ways in which plankton influences atmosphere and climate.
16:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD Secrets of Our Living Planet: Waterworlds     Duration: 60 min
    Naturalist Chris Packham travels around the globe to reveal the secrets of watery habitats. In Brazil's Pantanal tropical wetland, he explores how the region's large species survive because of the apple snail. He also examines the benefits of crabs to the ecosystem of Bangladesh's Sunderbans mangrove forest, how the coral reefs of the Maldives thrive due to the sponge, and the ways in which plankton influences atmosphere and climate.
16:30:00 04/08/2015 NITV Bushwhacked: Arafura File Snake     Duration: 30 min
    Brandon challenges Kayne to catch, cook and then eat an Arafura file snake - a rare delicacy that lives in croc-infested waters in Arnhem Land.
18:00:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE Nigella Bites: All Day Breakfast     Duration: 30 min
    Why be constrained by a time table? Enjoy breakfast food day or night. For Nigella Lawson breakfast starts with pancakes and muffins. Then she shares a recipe for Masala Omelettes, a nice rich Indian omelette. And no late breakfast can go without an accompaniment. Nigella shares her recipe for bloody marys and ends her meal with kugel, a sweet German cake.
18:00:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD Nigella Bites: All Day Breakfast     Duration: 30 min
    Why be constrained by a time table? Enjoy breakfast food day or night. For Nigella Lawson breakfast starts with pancakes and muffins. Then she shares a recipe for Masala Omelettes, a nice rich Indian omelette. And no late breakfast can go without an accompaniment. Nigella shares her recipe for bloody marys and ends her meal with kugel, a sweet German cake.
18:30:00 04/08/2015 7mate MythBusters: Birds in a Truck/Bifurcated Boat     Duration: 60 min
    The team are waxing philosophical and taking to the high seas, the feathers fly and speedboats shatter in the wake of an action packed episode.
19:30:00 04/08/2015 ABC 7.30     Duration: 31 min
    The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra.
19:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE Who Do You Think You Are?: Geoffrey Rush     Duration: 60 min
    Internationally celebrated actor Geoffrey Rush believes he hails from a long line of farmers but an exploration of his heritage sees him discover an ancestor fighting for justice in the face of corruption and another desperate to succeed in a golden age of creativity. Geoffrey can trace his paternal line back to his great, great-grandfather John Thomas Rush, the first of his ancestors to arrive in Australia. However, he knows nothing of this man's earlier life in Ireland or why he came to Australia. What he uncovers is a David and Goliath battle in which his great, great-grandfather stood up for his rights and proved his resilience surviving the harsh beginnings and injustices of European Australia.
19:30:00 04/08/2015 ONE David Attenborough's Madagascar     Duration: 60 min
    Narrated by David Attenborough, this episode showcases an amazing collection of wildlife, many of which have never before been filmed in an area that has been rarely travelled.
19:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD Who Do You Think You Are?: Geoffrey Rush     Duration: 60 min
    Internationally celebrated actor Geoffrey Rush believes he hails from a long line of farmers but an exploration of his heritage sees him discover an ancestor fighting for justice in the face of corruption and another desperate to succeed in a golden age of creativity. Geoffrey can trace his paternal line back to his great, great-grandfather John Thomas Rush, the first of his ancestors to arrive in Australia. However, he knows nothing of this man's earlier life in Ireland or why he came to Australia. What he uncovers is a David and Goliath battle in which his great, great-grandfather stood up for his rights and proved his resilience surviving the harsh beginnings and injustices of European Australia.
19:30:00 04/08/2015 TEN The Great Australian Spelling Bee     Duration: 60 min
    The top 26 spellers have made it through to the next round of challenges, including the intimidating SpellGate, where spellers must excel against the clock and each other.
20:01:00 04/08/2015 ABC Foreign Correspondent: Peter Greste: My Fight For Freedom (2)     Duration: 31 min
    Australia's leading international affairs program featuring fascinating, in-depth stories from the ABC's unrivalled network of foreign correspondents.
20:13:00 04/08/2015 ABC3 My24: Coen     Duration: 17 min
    Coen was born with cystic fibrosis and later developed diabetes. His MY:24 was a double lung transplant at age 15. Coen can now live life to the full like a normal teenager, wrestle with his little brother and laugh out loud.
20:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE Insight     Duration: 60 min
    Australian current affairs forum, with lively debate and powerful first-person stories. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie.
20:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS 2 Stacey Dooley: New Drug Frontiers: Europe's Dirty Drug Secret     Duration: 65 min
    Stacey Dooley travels to Ukraine on Europe's far eastern edge to investigate the struggle to keep drugs out of the UK. Stacey reveals that drug cartels from South America have been using Ukraine as a transit hub to smuggle cocaine into western Europe. Stacey visits a new frontline in the war against international drug trafficking, the port of Odessa, where Ukrainian officials show her the tricks traffickers use to hide drugs within cargoes. But she soon learns that Ukrainian customs officials are notoriously open to bribes to get cargoes through. Stacey also discovers that, because the drugs smuggled into Ukraine are too expensive for most local users, some are resorting to horrific homemade substitutes.
20:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD Insight     Duration: 60 min
    Australian current affairs forum, with lively debate and powerful first-person stories. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie.
20:32:00 04/08/2015 ABC Kevin McCloud's Escape To The Wild: Tonga     Duration: 49 min
    Kevin McCloud travels five days to a desert island in the Pacific to meet a British family who have moved into the wild for a simpler life.
20:40:00 04/08/2015 Nine The Truth About... Calories     Duration: 60 min
    Calories are a national obsession but are they really worth counting? Dr Chris van Tulleken proves we can all be healthier by eating smarter - without taking the joy out of food.
21:21:00 04/08/2015 ABC Wonders of Life: Home     Duration: 62 min
    Professor Brian Cox considers what it is about our world that has made it a home and asks what ingredients are necessary to turn a tiny speck of rock in space into a living, vibrant planet.
21:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE Dateline     Duration: 30 min
    Bali bomber Ali Imron faces the victims' loved ones for the first time in the concluding part of Dateline's Meet the Terrorists two-part special. What will they say when they meet the killer?
21:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD Dateline     Duration: 30 min
    Bali bomber Ali Imron faces the victims' loved ones for the first time in the concluding part of Dateline's Meet the Terrorists two-part special. What will they say when they meet the killer?
22:23:00 04/08/2015 ABC Lateline     Duration: 30 min
    Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long form interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.
22:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS ONE The Murder Trial     Duration: 110 min
    For the first time ever, remotely operated cameras are placed inside a British criminal court to capture a murder trial in its entirety, as Nat Fraser is tried for the murder of his wife. Her body has never been found, there is no weapon, no crime scene and her husband appears to have a cast iron alibi for the day she disappeared. Fraser was first brought to trial in 2003 for the murder of his wife, he was found guilty. But on appeal the conviction was quashed in 2011. In April 2012, Nat Fraser was sent back to the High Court in Edinburgh for a fresh trial, 14 years after his wife's disappearance. A new jury was sworn in to hear all the evidence against him. Would they find him innocent or convict him of murder?
22:30:00 04/08/2015 SBS HD The Murder Trial     Duration: 110 min
    For the first time ever, remotely operated cameras are placed inside a British criminal court to capture a murder trial in its entirety, as Nat Fraser is tried for the murder of his wife. Her body has never been found, there is no weapon, no crime scene and her husband appears to have a cast iron alibi for the day she disappeared. Fraser was first brought to trial in 2003 for the murder of his wife, he was found guilty. But on appeal the conviction was quashed in 2011. In April 2012, Nat Fraser was sent back to the High Court in Edinburgh for a fresh trial, 14 years after his wife's disappearance. A new jury was sworn in to hear all the evidence against him. Would they find him innocent or convict him of murder?
23:30:00 04/08/2015 ABC News 24 7.30     Duration: 30 min
    The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra. #abc730.
23:50:00 04/08/2015 SBS 2 The Feed     Duration: 30 min
    Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud, Jeanette Francis and Andy Park discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.
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